It’s no surprise that San Fernando Valley’s Sherman Oaks neighborhood attracts visitors from all around. What the residents and workers in the area experience firsthand about their beautiful town, inspires others to come back again and again. Near the 405 and 101 freeway interchange, Sherman Oaks is home to many one-of-a-kind destinations that make it worth the drive, regardless of your starting point.
A popular meeting place for friends and family to gather for lunch, a day of shopping, a late-night workout, or the next blockbuster movie, Sherman Oaks Galleria has something for everyone! Among lots of eateries and tons of other businesses, you’ll find the ArcLight Cinemas – where you can have your BMW valet parked for just $8 + the nominal hourly rate, 24 Hour Fitness – with monthly plans ranging from just $29 to $54, and Burke Williams Spa – the original urban day spa launched in 1984 that is a sanctuary of wellness, beauty, and inspiration drawing its inspiration from world-class European day spas.
If you enjoy preparing your home meals with local produce, meats, fresh eggs, and other delights straight from the farm to your table, you’ll want to shop at the Farmers’ Market on Riverside drive on Tuesdays! You’ll not only get to know some of the environmentally-friendly farmers from the area, but you’ll also feel really good about the fresh foods you’re serving your family and friends. The market is open February – August on Tuesdays from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m.
If you enjoy organic, locally-roasted coffee with beans sourced from trusted farms, you’ll want to get your coffee at M Street Coffee on Moorpark Street in Sherman Oaks. They also not only serve delicious smoothies and freshly-baked good, but also display and promote the art of local artists throughout their shop!
Located just north of Bel-Air in “The Village” shopping district of Sherman Oaks, this way-cool and quaint clothing exchange shop accepts and sells gently-or-never-worn clothing and accessories for everyone in your family! Originally launched in Arizona in the early 1970s, there are now 40 Buffalo Exchange stores throughout 20 states! After enjoying a few hours perusing the racks and shelves for tons of treasures, check out the local cafes and other boutiques in the area.
After a day of shopping, eating, and hanging out with your family and friends in Sherman Oaks, take a drive in your BMW straight down 405 and across the 10 to the beach in Santa Monica. There is nothing quite like burying your toes in the sand and watching the sunset to make you feel ever grateful for livin’ the dream in California.
As the owner of a BMW, it’s obvious you have exceptional taste and take pride in what you choose to drive. What is just as important as investing in a top-of-the-line vehicle is maintaining it. Fortunately, for the residents of, visitors to, and workers in Sherman Oaks who drive BMWs, there’s a specialty shop in town that not only focuses only on the beloved BMW, but also employs only BMW certified techs who are just as passionate about BMWs as the shops’ owners are! It is not often you find a business that is owned and operated by professionals who chose to get into the industry because it has been their lifelong passion. And, it’s not often that you find a place where every employee is just as dedicated and (almost) as knowledgeable about BMWs as the owners themselves! You’ll find all that at the HAUS.